A group of people seeking the thrill of the unknown
Meet the Team
My favorite quote by Saint Augustine, The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page, depicts my life motto.
See you on the trails and remember it's not about how many miles you've covered, it's how many smiles you've shared.
Life is a journey, I don't know where you want to go but I'm willing to take you there. I don't know if it's the beach or a river side, but I wanna take you somewhere. Maybe to the hills and valleys where you can lose or find yourself. To navigate safely the maze of human life, one needs the light of wisdom and guidance of virtue. All this is freely available in nature and all you need is to find your peace and if you are lucky, you get to meet up with the most important person you will ever meet in this life; your higher self!
I prefer hikes that are either challenging, deep into the forest or long treks. Majority of my hikes are pun-tastic with a moderate speed, lots of jokes and photos. I am looking forward to hiking and making bad jokes with you on the trails responsibly.
The let's Drift community has allowed me to put my skills and experience into giving a soft landing to people who are just starting. To lead in any capacity is indeed a privilege and it is tremendously empowering to lead such amazing people into adventures every week. I look forward to seeing you on the trail soon.
I am no professional at it but I give it my all.
They say happiness is a choice. Others say happiness is one among the best feelings but for me, happiness is hiking, and I wouldn't want it any other way.
“You cannot protect the environment unless you empower the people, you inform them, and you help them understand that these resources are their own, that they must protect them.” ~Wangari Maathai
I love hiking because nature gives me a stillness, yet oomph for what is unknown. Drifting and being part of an accommodating community has been an empowering element that has been a perfect platform for self realization and growth at the very least. Hiking has allowed me to connect inwardly with who I am as a creative and challenge myself further in various aspects. Allowing me to restore my own soul, drifting is an opium of some sort, and I look forward to more.